In the video shown above, retired nurse lecturer John Campbell, Ph.D., reviews the research1 shows that intravenous injection of mRNA COVID syringes can induce acute myopericarditis in mice. It turns out that most healthcare professionals in the UK and US are giving the COVID injections incorrectly, increasing the risk of serious side effects like heart infections.
COVID vaccinations are being given incorrectly
As Campbell explains, an intramuscular injection is supposed to get the injection into the muscle – not into a vein or blood vessel. To make sure you haven’t hit a blood vessel, you need to pull the plunger out slightly before injecting the liquid into the syringe to make sure the needle is not in a blood vessel.
If blood is drawn in when you pull back the plunger, you know you are in a blood vessel, which is not what you want. In that case, you’d pull out the needle and find another location. However, this is not done. By not aspirating the needle to ensure the injection does not get into the bloodstream, vaccine administrators can contribute to vaccine violations. That “really needs to change,” says Campbell.
An intravenous injection can cause myopericarditis
Campbell is referring to a peer-reviewed study2 published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases in mid-August 2021. The researchers acknowledged that myocarditis and pericarditis are known side effects of the mRNA COVID shots, and wanted to see if the injection method might have something to do with them.
To do this, they injected mRNA “vaccine” intravenously into one group of mice and intramuscularly into another group. A third and fourth group received intravenous and intramuscular injections of normal saline (placebo).
They then compared the clinical manifestations, signs of disease in different tissues, the mRNA expression in tissues, and the cytokine and troponin levels in the blood. Cytokines are an integral part of the inflammatory process. They are also important signaling molecules.
Cytokine levels rise when there is inflammation. When cytokine release gets out of hand, what is known as a cytokine storm occurs, which can be fatal. Troponin, on the other hand, is a marker for heart damage.3rd Elevated values indicate an acute or recent heart attack.
Although side effects were associated with both methods, only the mice injected intravenously developed myopericarditis, which is inflammation of the heart and / or cardiac sac. As described by the authors:4th
“Although with IM. significant weight loss and higher serum cytokine / chemokine levels were found [intramuscular vaccine injection] Group 1 to 2 days after injection (dpi), IV only [intravenous vaccine injection] Group developed histopathological changes in myopericarditis evidenced by cardiomyocyte degeneration, apoptosis, and necrosis with adjacent inflammatory cell infiltration and calcifying deposits on the visceral pericardium, while signs of coronary arteries or other cardiac pathologies were absent.
SARS-CoV-2 spike antigen expression by immunostaining has occasionally been found in infiltrating immune cells of the heart or injection site, in cardiomyocytes and intracardiac vascular endothelial cells, but not in skeletal myocytes.
The histological changes in myopericarditis after the first IV priming dose persisted for 2 weeks and were markedly exacerbated by a second IM or IV booster dose.
The mRNA expression of IL-1?, IFN-?, IL-6, and TNF-? increased significantly in the heart tissue from 1 dpi to 2 dpi in the IV but not in the IM group, compatible with the presence of myopericarditis in the IV group. Balloon degeneration of hepatocytes was found consistently in the IV group. “
“Grossly visible pathology in the heart”
As Campbell noted, intravenous injection of the mRNA “vaccine” induced “gross pathology in the heart”. This included visible degeneration, apoptosis and necrosis (cell death) of heart muscle cells.
Of course, when the cells of your heart are damaged, your heart cannot contract properly and this damage is permanent because the heart cells do not regenerate5 like many other tissues.
The damaged or lost heart tissue is simply replaced with scar tissue, which permanently inhibits muscle contraction. Intravenous injections of the mRNA “vaccine” also caused calcium deposits on the inner (visceral) layer of the pericardium.
If tissue is injured, it can become calcified. So the calcification of the visceral pericardium is further evidence that heart damage is occurring. Since the pericardium surrounds your heart, which has to expand and contract to stay alive, the calcification – hardening – of this protective bag can of course be devastating to your health. In this case, what is known as restrictive pericarditis can occur, which in turn can lead to diastolic heart failure.
Inflammation in many areas of the heart
The researchers also found the COVID spike antigen inside:
- Immune cells found in the heart
- Intracardiac vascular endothelial cells
As explained by Campbell:
“This means that the RNA that made the spike protein got into the blood because the vaccine was given intravenously; it got into the heart muscle cells … the heart muscle cells produce the spike protein, [they] express this on their cell surface.
Naturally, [the spike protein] is a foreign protein, so the body’s immune cells said, ‘Oh, foreign protein there!’ and they attacked it and they attacked the cell and that caused the inflammation, the myocytes in the myocardium. “
Spike antigen, and therefore inflammation, has also been found in the intracardiac vascular endothelial cells, the cells that line the blood vessels of your heart. This damage leads to blood clots.
Campbell suspects other serious side effects such as: B. Vaccine-induced immune thrombotic thrombocytopenia (VITT6th) could also be related to incorrectly injecting the COVID syringes directly into the bloodstream.
Damage worsens after the second dose
After the first intravenous dose of the mRNA “vaccine”, the changes associated with myocarditis persisted for two weeks. The damage was then “significantly worse” after the second dose, whether intravenous or intramuscular.
In other words, if the first dose was incorrectly administered into the bloodstream, the damage to the heart after this second dose was still significantly increased even if the second dose was administered correctly into the muscle.
“And of course we see exactly that”, says Campbell. “There is more myopericarditis after the second booster dose than after the first. This has now been exactly duplicated in this study. We have to change politics. “
The researchers also discovered cytokines in the heart tissue of the intravenously injected animals, including interleukin (IL) -1 beta, IL-6, interferon beta and tumor necrosis factor (TNF) alpha. All of these cytokines cause inflammation, and you don’t want inflammation in your heart.
It is worth noting that the mice that received intramuscular injections actually had higher levels of cytokines in their blood than those of the intravenous group, so regardless of the injection method, inflammation is clearly present.
Intravenous injections have also damaged the liver
The mice that were injected intravenously also had “ballooning degeneration of hepatocytes”. Hepatocytes are liver cells that have also been badly damaged. Except for the heart and liver, all other organs appeared “normal” in all groups. All of these results led the researchers to conclude that:
“Accidental intravenous injection of COVID-19 mRNA vaccines can cause myopericarditis. Pulling back the plunger of the syringe briefly to rule out blood aspiration may be a way of reducing this risk. “
As Campbell noted, “Both Pfizer / BioNTech and Moderna have made it clear that their vaccines are only about [the] intramuscularly, not intravenously, ”so why aren’t health officials making sure the injections are being given correctly? “It’s just totally unacceptable,” he says.
Oddly enough, the UK, US and the World Health Organization all state that you should NOT aspirate the needle as this will help minimize the pain associated with the injection. “It’s incredible,” says Campbell, as these guidelines actually promote preventable injuries.
Adenovirus-based shots and thrombosis
Adenovirus-based COVID syringes must also be injected intramuscularly, not intravenously, according to Campbell. Here, the greatest risk with intravenous injection appears to be thrombocytopenia (low platelet count that leads to uncontrolled bleeding).
Campbell is referring to a paper from 20077th dealing with adenovirus-induced thrombocytopenia. They concluded that direct injection of adenoviral gene transfer vectors into the tail vein of mice routinely results in thrombocytopenia.
Guidelines need to be updated immediately
Campbell is now urging viewers to contact their political representatives and urge them to update the COVID shooting guide. Campbell has written a number of letters himself, one of which ended up on the desk of Nadhim Zahawi, MP, the UK Minister for the Use of COVID Vaccines. In a written response, Zahawi denies Campbell’s concerns and tells him there is nothing to fear:
“From the reports of severe thrombosis with concomitant thrombocytopenia, we could not identify any evidence of an association with administration errors in the British cases.
The very rare coagulation disorder reported after Oxford University / AstraZeneca was given the COVID-19 vaccine is believed to be due to an immunological mechanism rather than the way the vaccine was administered.
The guidelines published by Public Health England (PHE) state: “There is no need to withdraw (aspirate) the plunger before depressing the plunger to release the vaccine into the muscle, as there are no large blood vessels at the recommended injection sites are located.” ”
Of course, as Campbell noted, they couldn’t identify any evidence of a link between thrombocytopenia and improper injection because if you get it wrong you don’t know – unless you aspirate. “So that’s just poppy seeds that Zahawi wrote here,” says Campbell.
He also points out that Zahawi provides no evidence that the bleeding disorder is actually due to an immunological mechanism and has nothing to do with the injection method. Campbell suggests that while an immunological mechanism is at work, intravenous injection could also be part of the problem or make it worse.
Campbell also highlights the ridiculousness that there are no significant blood vessels in the deltoid. Tissue that is not adequately supplied with blood dies and falls off within a few days. Of course, there are many blood vessels in your deltoid. “If you know someone in power, get them to change the policy,” says Campbell. He tried, but apparently the political elite are unwilling to listen and will reject concerns from real doctors.
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